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Fry bread : a Native American family story —Maillard, Kevin Noble, author.

Using illustrations that show the diversity in Native America and poetic text that emphasizes fry bread in terms of provenance, this volume tells the story of a post-colonial food that is a shared tradition for Native Am...

Red Dove, listen to the wind —Antaki, Sonia, author.

After her white father abandons her, thirteen-year-old Lakota girl Red Dove must decide whether to leave her people during the lean winter or watch them starve firsthand.

Pete the Cat : the first Thanksgiving —Dean, Kim, 1969-

Pete the Cat participates in a school play about the first Thanksgiving. He makes new friends and learns a lot about what it was like to be a Pilgrim and live off the land, as well as to be thankful for everything. Lift ...

North —Solomon, Chad, 1976-

This story is about things that are found in the Northern direction.

The case of the burgled bundle —Hutchinson, Michael, 1971- author.

"The National Assembly of Cree Peoples has gathered together in the Windy Lake First Nation, home to the Mighty Muskrats--cousins Chickadee, Atim, Otter, and Sam. But when the treaty bundle, the center of a four-day-long...

Muskrat will be swimming —Savageau, Cheryl, 1950-

A Native American girl's feelings are hurt when schoolmates make fun of the children who live at the lake, but then her grampa tells her a Seneca folktale that reminds her how much she appreciates her home and her place ...

Island of the blue dolphins —O'Dell, Scott, 1898-1989.

Records the courage and self-reliance of an Indian girl who lived alone for eighteen years on an isolated island off the California coast.

Adaline Falling Star —Osborne, Mary Pope.

Feeling abandoned by her deceased Arapaho mother and her explorer father, Adaline Falling Star runs away from the prejudiced cousins with whom she is staying and comes close to death in the wilderness, with only a mongre...

The black stallion legend —Farley, Walter, 1915-1989.

The black stallion helps save an Indian tribe during a time of disaster, thereby fulfilling an ancient prophecy.

Betrayed —Rushford, Patricia H.

Jennie begins detective work when she arrives at the ranch owned by her uncle, a full-blooded American Indian, and learns that an explosion has killed one man and severely injured another.

A sled dog for Moshi —Bushey, Jeanne, author.

Moshi wants a pet dog like her friend Jessica has, but in Iqaluit, Alaska, dogs are used for racing or pulling sleds, not as pets.

Sacagawea girl of the Shining Mountains —Roop, Peter.
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Told from the Sacagawea's point of view, this historical novel shares the ordeals of her youth, along with the memory of her long, arduous journey west with Lewis and Clark. She also shares her love of nature and explain...

The unbreakable code —Hunter, Sara Hoagland, author.

Because John is afraid to leave the Navajo Reservation, his grandfather explains to him how the Navajo language, faith, and ingenuity helped win World War II.

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